The bestselling author of animal-based stories of his times, Dick King-Smith was a stylist as well as an instinctive storyteller. Drawing on his classical education, he never used 10 words when five would do, producing stories that were models of literary economy. Sticking mostly to what he termed "farmyard fantasies", he still made sure that his talking animal characters stayed as close as possible to the realities of agricultural life. Quizzically ingenious and unfailingly good-humoured, his books were a natural choice for younger readers looking for a good tale. Born in a corner of the Gloucester countryside where he was to stay for most of his life, Dick — christened Ronald Gordon — was the eldest son of an affluent paper-mill owner. His nickname arose from a remark made to his nanny one day, advising her to look at the dicky birds in the sky in an attempt to divert her from seeing him crying over a scraped knee.
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MEd 27 March — 4 January ,  was a prolific English writer of children's books , primarily using the pen name Dick King-Smith. It was adapted as the movie Babe and translations have been published in fifteen languages. Dick King-Smith's first book, The Foxbusters , was published in Ronald King-Smith D. King-Smith's first book was The Fox Busters , published in while he was living and teaching in Farmborough. He was one of Britain's most prolific authors and wrote over a hundred books. In later life he lived in Queen Charlton , a small farming village near Bristol , contributing to the maintenance and conservation of the local area as the vice-president of the Avon Wildlife Trust.
Babe creator Dick King-Smith dies aged 88
Skip to main content. Dick King-Smith. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Dick King-Smith was a Gloucestershire farmer until the age of 45, when he gave up farming to become a primary school teacher.
Farmer, teacher, writer — Dick's life can be carved up into three neat but certainly not equal slices. His second, as a teacher, was also hampered by his relationship with numbers. He was moved from teaching juniors to infants because he could not manage long division. In his third career, the only numbers that mattered were his prodigious output — more than titles — and his enormous sales figures, somewhere around 15m copies worldwide. Dick was every inch a country gentleman, and no amount of sophisticated London publishing events changed that.